Megan MarkleAnd 39 and Prince Harry, 36, everywhere, even on a whole new level of video game Royal Fugitives from Kim kardashian, 40. The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star app that was launched in 2014 seems to be inspired by the story of the new game The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, where a prince and princess want to escape from the royal family.
This sparked such intense controversy that the TV singer was forced to step back to the new level after being accused of profiting from Megsett. A source close to the businesswoman and celebrity told Britain’s Daily Mail that she was not aware of the history of the Royal Runaways until Tuesday. “He immediately took steps to ensure his elimination,” the source said.
“She (Kim) is disappointed that this happened and requested an internal investigation to make sure this mistake does not happen again,” the source said. In its latest addition, Royal Runaways featured a character named Princess Bianca and her husband Prince Aston, talking about leaving the royal life and a confrontation with the Queen.
Fans did not hesitate to point out the comparison between the characters and the British royal drama in the wake of the artist’s resignation. Megan and Harry. This led to a backlash, which led game creators Glu Mobile to cancel the game. “Obviously we missed the mark on this, and we sincerely apologize. We did not intend to direct any negativity towards any particular person or group of people.” A spokesperson told the British newspaper “The content is no longer active in the game”.
In the game, the couple gave an interview similar to the one they did Megan and Harry With Oprah Winfrey in March. In it, Princess Bianca said: “Prince Aston has done everything in his power to welcome me into the royal family. Unfortunately, I cannot say the same to all of his family. The Queen is a symbol of tradition, but as times change, some traditions may become obsolete.
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